CPB Double Bluff

£48.33 (£48.33 inc VAT)

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The Custom Pedal Boards Double Bluff is a 2 in 1 buffer pedal to give you improved signal quality, tone, and prevent treble loss caused by long cable runs and true bypass effects. 2x Robust, high quality TL072 op-amp ‘klon’ type transparent circuit, in a tiny enclosure.

Great for when you want a buffer at the start or middle of chain and at the end, or 2 at the end for stereo.

“A cracking little buffer!” – Phil Robinson.

All CPB pedals and signal solutions are handmade in the UK using high quality components, care and love.

Boutique pedals with out the boutique price tag!

  • Aluminium enclosure
  • Neutrik jack sockets
  • High Quality 2 layer PCB with Panasonic and TDK caps
  • Status LED
  • 2.1mm 9v DC Socket @ 5mA
  • RoHS compliant
  • 92x38x32mm

 

If you’re asking yourself “what is a buffer, what does it do, and do I need one?” heres some useful resources online about what buffers do in your signal chain:
http://www.petecornish.co.uk/case_against_true_bypass.html

http://www.roland.co.uk/blog/the-truth-about-true-bypass-and-buffered-guitar-pedals/

http://www.bossus.com/community/boss_users_group/1633

CPB Double Bluff

£48.33 (£48.33 inc VAT)

cpb logo

The Custom Pedal Boards Double Bluff is a 2 in 1 buffer pedal to give you improved signal quality, tone, and prevent treble loss caused by long cable runs and true bypass effects. 2x Robust, high quality TL072 op-amp ‘klon’ type transparent circuit, in a tiny enclosure.

Great for when you want a buffer at the start or middle of chain and at the end, or 2 at the end for stereo.

“A cracking little buffer!” – Phil Robinson.

All CPB pedals and signal solutions are handmade in the UK using high quality components, care and love.

Boutique pedals with out the boutique price tag!

  • Aluminium enclosure
  • Neutrik jack sockets
  • High Quality 2 layer PCB with Panasonic and TDK caps
  • Status LED
  • 2.1mm 9v DC Socket @ 5mA
  • RoHS compliant
  • 92x38x32mm

 

If you’re asking yourself “what is a buffer, what does it do, and do I need one?” heres some useful resources online about what buffers do in your signal chain:
http://www.petecornish.co.uk/case_against_true_bypass.html

http://www.roland.co.uk/blog/the-truth-about-true-bypass-and-buffered-guitar-pedals/

http://www.bossus.com/community/boss_users_group/1633